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Pittsburgh is rich in arts and culture, due to an incredible pool of talent and a foundation community that generously supports the arts. On any given day, you'll find much to do, from visiting world-class museums to live performances, concerts and gallery shows. Support the arts! Find at least one new thing to do every month. You'll be better off, and so will Pittsburgh.

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The Pop Filtercast Episode #5 - 3/25/15

On this week's episode of the Pop Filtercast, we preview upcoming shows from Perfume Genius, Title Fight, Alvvays and local act Balloon Ride Fantasy, and share new music from Earl Sweatshirt and local act Cold Weather. Listen up!

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5 ways to support artists in your community

You may have read that the rise of the creative entrepreneur is leading to the death of the artist. That’s not our experience. We’ve had the pleasure of meeting and working with people in communities all across the United States, and there are artists everywhere.

Color Run Shine Tour

11 can't-miss family events in Pittsburgh, 2015 edition

When playgrounds and playdates start to feel a little stale, amp up your household calendar with one of the many family-friendly events coming up in the city. From the athletic to the artistic, Pittsburgh abounds with surprising options for entertaining family memories. Here, Pop City's top picks for 2015.

Good Fridays at The Andy Warhol Museum lobby

Happening around town: Happy hours with a twist

From bottle labeling parties to drinks with dinosaurs, Pittsburgh's beloved cultural institutions are redefining the rules of attraction. Pop City curates the city's most innovative mix-and-mingle experiences.

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A gaffer finds her light in Pittsburgh

Point Breeze resident Celeste Gainey, who broke ground in the 1970s by being the first female gaffer admitted to the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, reflects on her past in her first full-length poetry collection, the GAFFER. The book will be released on March 10.
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